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#16 A.C.T. OFFLINE  

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Posted March 08, 2013 - 12:20 AM

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Posted March 08, 2013 - 04:27 AM

I know of 4 HDT1000s.  This one would make number 5 :D :D :D

 

Two here in the States, and two overseas.  I have tried, unsuccessfully to get in contact with the guy over on MTF, PULLTILBROKE, as he mentioned "a book" that the PO had when he was getting his.  I was hoping that it was the OOM.  However, he seems to have stopped posting there, and never answered my PMs.

 

I know of two others that are overseas.  One in Sweden and one in France. 

 

If/when you talk to him again, ask if he has any manuals for the HDT.  Along with the mesh in the grill, there is also some mesh on the side of the frame, and the hood closes over it. You might also invite him to join us here as well.

 

You can see that quite well in these pics:

 

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Posted March 08, 2013 - 06:05 AM

I know of 4 HDT1000s.  This one would make number 5 :D :D :D

 

Two here in the States, and two overseas.  I have tried, unsuccessfully to get in contact with the guy over on MTF, PULLTILBROKE, as he mentioned "a book" that the PO had when he was getting his.  I was hoping that it was the OOM.  However, he seems to have stopped posting there, and never answered my PMs.

 

I know of two others that are overseas.  One in Sweden and one in France. 

 

If/when you talk to him again, ask if he has any manuals for the HDT.  Along with the mesh in the grill, there is also some mesh on the side of the frame, and the hood closes over it. You might also invite him to join us here as well.

 

You can see that quite well in these pics:

 

 

 


PULLTILBROKE is a member here as well.


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Posted March 08, 2013 - 01:48 PM

I know of 4 HDT1000s.  This one would make number 5 :D :D :D

 

Two here in the States, and two overseas.  I have tried, unsuccessfully to get in contact with the guy over on MTF, PULLTILBROKE, as he mentioned "a book" that the PO had when he was getting his.  I was hoping that it was the OOM.  However, he seems to have stopped posting there, and never answered my PMs.

 

I know of two others that are overseas.  One in Sweden and one in France. 

 

If/when you talk to him again, ask if he has any manuals for the HDT.  Along with the mesh in the grill, there is also some mesh on the side of the frame, and the hood closes over it. You might also invite him to join us here as well.

 

You can see that quite well in these pics:

 I am almost positive its is a Hdt1000 For the reason he said there is a Fuel cap that stick out the side of front of the tractor the hood its Very long and there is power-steering with H-l Trans .. and he said there is a Mesh grill and the battery is up front ..And the engine sits Way back in the frame ..  next time i call i will also ask about it it has Glow plugs .. But for some reason he say's its some thing like a Ht23D but he does not think its a ht20d because it's liquid cooled ..And will do .. 



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Posted March 08, 2013 - 03:20 PM

Well were on the subject ... Has ANY one seen a HT22 ?



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Posted March 08, 2013 - 05:33 PM

Well were on the subject ... Has ANY one seen a HT22 ?

 

 

Nope, but all I think it was a Ht20D with like HDT1000 like decals



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Posted March 08, 2013 - 05:40 PM

 I am almost positive its is a Hdt1000 For the reason he said there is a Fuel cap that stick out the side of front of the tractor the hood its Very long and there is power-steering with H-l Trans .. and he said there is a Mesh grill and the battery is up front ..And the engine sits Way back in the frame ..  next time i call i will also ask about it it has Glow plugs .. But for some reason he say's its some thing like a Ht23D but he does not think its a ht20d because it's liquid cooled ..And will do .. 

 

 

I can see why he would say something like that since the HT22, HT20D, and HDT1000 are all just re-engined Ht23s.  I've seen the HT20D referred to as the HT23D as well.  The HDT1000 is just a bit different because it needed a bit more length in front to accommodate the engine and radiator.  He described the HDT1000 perfectly. It probably has the aux hydro cooler, and cruise control as well.

 

Well were on the subject ... Has ANY one seen a HT22 ?

 

I don't know of anyone that has, but I sure would like to have one :D :D :D

 

They were identical to the HT20D but sold overseas,  From what I can gather from the Large Frame Service Manual, they did have a couple of more hp than the HT20D.  The HT20D is listed as 19.9hp, and the HT22 as 22hp.  Being a diesel, that was probably just a matter of 'turning up' the fuel a bit.


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Posted March 10, 2013 - 03:14 PM

I traded my DGT1700 to a guy named Chris in St. Catherine, On. He had many Bolens tractors and parts, he had a large frame that looked like an HT 23 with an Italian 2cyl diesel. Could be the same guy.



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Posted March 10, 2013 - 04:28 PM

I traded my DGT1700 to a guy named Chris in St. Catherine, On. He had many Bolens tractors and parts, he had a large frame that looked like an HT 23 with an Italian 2cyl diesel. Could be the same guy.

He was in beamsville..ont and i think he mentioned a dgt1700 .. Maybe .. But for some reason he was Set on that it was a 3 cylinder



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Posted March 10, 2013 - 04:37 PM

Beamsville, yup that's him. Chris Brown, nice guy, quite the collection.


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Posted March 10, 2013 - 05:07 PM

Beamsville, yup that's him. Chris Brown, nice guy, quite the collection.

yep that's the guy. what's his collection like ?



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Posted March 10, 2013 - 05:32 PM

 A barn full. At the time there was half a dozen large frames, cabs and loaders. Some medium frames and many parts. He had a Ridemaster there. Worth the drive just to check it out.



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Posted March 11, 2013 - 01:09 PM

i have a cozy cab for a large frame. its the eraly style for the 1250 an 1455.. i paid 400



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Posted March 11, 2013 - 04:58 PM

yep that's the guy. what's his collection like ?

 

 

Grab the mod# and ser# off the Ridemaster for me will you? Enging mod and ser# to plz if you go see the guy.



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Posted March 12, 2013 - 03:23 AM

does he have a complete loader for a ht20 or 23? i know its in canada but i need a loader







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